Microsoft Launches a Microsoft Teams PWA on Linux

Microsoft hasn’t given up on the progressive web app push, and the company’s most recent project on this front is specifically aimed at Linux.

That’s right, the software giant has released a new goodie for Linux users. Microsoft Teams is now available on Linux as a PWA, and this is obviously huge news given there’s a huge difference between the Linux and Windows versions of Microsoft teams desktop clients.

The PWA should therefore provide users with more advanced functionality, with Microsoft suggesting that the app is supposed to serve as a temporary solution until a more advanced desktop client goes live for Linux.

“Linux customers who rely on Microsoft Teams for collaboration and communication needs told us they want the full richness of Teams features available for their users in a secure way. This can now be achieved using the Teams PWA. Additionally, the PWA enables us to ship the latest Microsoft Teams features faster to our Linux customers and helps us bri… (

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